Caroline Romano Gives Us a Spectacular New Single with “Me After September “

We are absolutely over the moon for the new single “Me After September “ from the ever impressive Nashville based singer-songwriter Caroline Romano.

You can listen to “Me After September “ on all Streaming Platforms

Following her upbeat indie-pop track “Chopstix,” “Me After September” is a propulsive alt-pop ballad about struggling to move on from a past relationship. “I wrote ‘Me After September’ about someone I fell for earlier this year. When things ended, I had this fear that he was going to move forward and forget about me while I just wanted to stay in Summer, and heartbreak, and things that reminded me of him,” says Caroline. “My birthday is in September, and I think my fear was that turning a year older without him was going to make the ending of things all too real. ‘Me After September’ is about clinging to anything to stay where you once were. Sometimes the act of moving on just feels all too final.”

Caroline Romano’s songwriting documents both the simplicity and stress of being a young woman in today’s world. She’s accrued over 8 million streams across her repertoire and has captured the attention of key tastemakers like Hollywood Life, Just Jared, EUPHORIA and American Songwriter. After years of buzz around her single releases, Caroline revealed her debut album, Oddities and Prodigies, in early 2022.

“Me After September “ is Caroline Romano at her absolute best. As an artist she seems to out do her self with every new release but, with “Me After September “ she seems to hit another gear .

Currently in the studio working with songwriters and producers like Mikal Blue (Colbie Caillat, Jason Mraz, OneRepublic), Matthew Wilder (No Doubt, Kelly Clarkson, Miley Cyrus, Christina Aguilera), Brett Mazur (Crazy Town, Prince, NWA) and Val Garay (James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Kim Carnes), Caroline is compiling an arsenal of brand new songs to unveil next year.

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